“Keep the promise – Know your status”

by Nercha Executive director

On Friday 30 November 2018, Hope House commemorated the 2018 World AIDS day under the theme “live positively – Know your status”. The speeches reminded us where we are coming from and how much has been achieved. We remembered the suffering, the tears, the struggle to keep our hope alive, the funerals we attended. We pray daily to God, asking Him to keep us strong but also to help us stop so much suffering. God listened to our prayers. Though there is still no cure for Aids, it is no longer a death sentence.

Below is the full speech of NERCHA Executive Director

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Open my eyes, that I might see wondrous things from Your law

by Bp Jose Luis

The new facilities for the “Good Shepherd Eye Clinic” were opened by the Minister of Health of the Kingdom of Eswatini on July 30. It was a joyful day for all of us.

One of the most beautiful moments of the gathering was offered by the child who brought a pair of scissors to the Minister of Health for the cutting of the ribbon. He is only 11 years’ old and suffered from cataracts. The surgery was done at the eye clinic.

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Vacancy at St Theresa’s Clinic

St Theresas Clinic

P.O. Box C2559 Clinic Tel: 2505 2438

Hub, Manzini Office Tel: 2505 6897

Swaziland E-mail: catholicclinics@gmail.com Fax: 2505 6897

by Clinic Administrator


St. Theresa’s Clinic has a vision to be Swaziland’s leading health facility in good client experience, clinical outcomes and mentorship. As such, the Clinic is looking for a suitable candidate to fill the following position: Continue reading “Vacancy at St Theresa’s Clinic”

‘Do not grow tired of listening to the Church’

By Neliswa Mdluli

Bishop Jose Luis in His speech at the opening of the new maternity wing at St Theresa’s clinic, pleaded with the Minister for Health not to grow tired of listening to the Church, as the needs of the clinic were ever increasing.

The event took place at the clinic premises on Monday, May 14, 2018.

Below is His speech on the day.

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Opening of the New Maternity wing at St Theresa’s Clinic

On 14 May 2018, the Minister for Health, His Lordship Bishop Jose and the US Ambassador 
officially opened the new Maternity wing at St Theresa’s Clinic. 
Below is the Minister’s speech during the event

Date: 14th MAY 2018
Venue: St Theresa Clinic Manzini

Director of Events
Bishop of the Diocese of Manzini 
St Theresa Board and Staff
Senior Staff of the Ministry of Health,
Invited guests
The Media, Ladies and Gentlemen.

Good Morning all and thank you for providing me an opportunity to make remarks on this important event.

The Catholic Church has done it again Bishop as I mentioned at the Day of the sick at St Peter and Paul that as the Kingdom of Eswatini we greatly appreciate the role played by the Catholic Church in the Health Sector.

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Graduations at Ekululameni

By St Joseph’s Social Projects

On Wednesday 06 December about 30 students living with disabilities graduated in various fields offered by Ekululameni.

The main message was directed to parents who came to witness the graduation of their children in numbers:

  • that a disabled person in most cases is the parent who does not know what to do when he/she has a child with disabilities;
  • that failure to realize early enough what to do and where to get help is disability on its own;
  • parents were asked to support their children so that they start their own businesses

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